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and syria, trade, wto and energy and elsewhere else. >> i believe i understand the position of russia. i believe why russia has that position, but we have another perception, another analysis, and we define it another way. now the question is the difference or are the differences a real obstacle for achieving progress in the issues that we've discussed here from trade, investment, to energy, to mobility? i don't think it is. >> mr. barosso is, of course, the president of the european commission and the easy-going guy standing to his left, your right, is prime minister medved medveded. we'll talk about another country over there as we have michelle still waiting for us and simon down at the exchange. slovenia. see if you can pick slovenia off the map. if it flew under the radar screen, they became a member back in 2004 in the 2007 eurozone so it's a full-paying member, playing member. they have 7 billion worth of euro bad loans on the book, 20% of the country's gdp and they are looking at a june bond offering. one jer began economist as commerce bank, always looking on the bright said, sa
for energy. russia is in the power position right now. don't accept that guy's resignation. >> we've got to leave it there. thank you very much. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> let's go to josh lipton for a quick market flash. >> juniper is down. goldman sachs does not like what it sees. sysco and alcatel loosening. price target, 17 bucks. sue, back to you. >> josh, as you know, cyprus is putting europe's crisis back in the spotlight. how much does our exposure here have over there? kayla tausche has more. >> exactly where their exposure to europe lays. we'll tell you about that. >> announcer: you can trust us. our account is now verified. from now on you'll see the verified badge next to our user name power lunch. keep in touch, america. the fed survey sponsored by norfolk southern. (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. redesigned site has this new score planner tool with these cool sliders. this one lets us know what happens if we get new credit cards. oh. this one here lets us know what happens i
aid, whether it be in the form of bank aid, energy assets or indeed an extension to the loan they already have, a 2.5 billion euro loan. i've got a feeling a lot of the action will happen in the next 24 hours. back to you. >> i think you're probably right, steve. thank you very much. >>> well, all of this, of course, has the people of cyprus extremely upset. they have taken to the streets protesting in front of parliament. and that is where we find our michelle caruso-cabrera. she's following the story from the cyprus standpoint. michelle? >> reporter: yes, hi there, sue. about 100 meters that way or where you see all the prote protesters, they gathered a couple hours ago. they learned that the bank is going to be shut down, one of the two insolvent banks here in cyprus, one of the measures they're going to likely have to take in order to secure a bailout. behind me is the parliament. inside we understand that they are going to pass a law that gives the central bank the right to shut down banks in this country. they didn't have the right to do that before. if you don't unders
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